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    Mediaval Castle for Catholic Priests.
    Demolished on order from the swedish king Gustav Vasa in 1528 because not Prothestantic.













    Happy New Year ! Some of the images are two-shot HDR in Lightroom6.
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    P20 and the 'bad' Mamiya 35mm f3.5 N manual focus lens.

    On having no tilt / swing is of course a limitation

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    Hasselblad 503CWD - 80mm - f.5.6 - 1/500s - iso 100
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    Hasselblad 553ELX, 120mm, P25
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    ... Tulips ...

    Contax 645 with Apo-Makro-Planar and P25
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    This is from around 2003 and shot with a Contax 645 and Kodak DCS Pro back. Only 16 megapixels. Pretty poor quality by today's standards.

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    Limited capability by today's standards does not mean poor image quality.

    The Kodak DCS Proback and 645 M/H/C brings back fond memories and really marked the start of "medium format digital." Many in the Inferno got their start with it.

    Nice to see you here, Doug.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DougDolde View Post
    This is from around 2003 and shot with a Contax 645 and Kodak DCS Pro back. Only 16 megapixels. Pretty poor quality by today's standards.

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    I would say low resolution by today’s standards, but the quality is there. Nice image!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mexecutioner View Post
    I would say low resolution by today’s standards, but the quality is there. Nice image!
    It may look that way at this small size but the file leaves a lot to be desired besides low resolution. So no I don't agree.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DougDolde View Post
    It may look that way at this small size but the file leaves a lot to be desired besides low resolution. So no I don't agree.
    That makes sense. Oh well...

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    any chance to play with the RAW file?

    the cloud to mountain transition looks very weird

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    Spring is here, but the winter never came.







    Phase One P20, Mamiya 80mm f4, Mamiya AFDII
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    Greenery still almost absent in Finland. Other opportunities OK.









    P20, Mamiya 80mm f4
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    Mamiya 300 f5.6 handheld, cropped 100% pixels.



    I need to learn to be a better stalker. For better reach I have the Mamiya 500 f5.6 but would
    never consider using it handheld, I have a fluid head but am just nudging the birding thing.





    P20, Mamiya 80 f4
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    Curious...
    How is it bad?
    I have the MAMIYA - SEKOR C 35mm/3.5 N
    Some way I need to test and look for something?

    Quote Originally Posted by MartinN View Post
    P20 and the 'bad' Mamiya 35mm f3.5 N manual focus lens.

    On having no tilt / swing is of course a limitation

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    How is it bad?
    I have the MAMIYA - SEKOR C 35mm/3.5 N
    What I have read is that even the AF version of 35mm is considered 'soft' in the corners and periphery.
    The AF and C and N versions supposedly have almost the same optical formula.
    I have not had any problems with the MF N version, possibly because I don't have the most recent high
    resolution backs. Therefore I think the looking down on old lenses is a bit exaggerated.

    In my opinion the Mamiya C and N lenses are quite wonderful for older digital backs.
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    I use a few "N" lens with my Fuji gfx and find them very acceptable for my use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlanS View Post
    I use a few "N" lens with my Fuji gfx and find them very acceptable for my use.
    The N version has better multicoating than the C version and I try to use N with digital and C with film.
    The optical formula of N and AF versions should be very similar, however there are ULD and APO lenses
    that should be a little and significantly better, respectively.

    Now I remember that the C versions can be of previous optical design, but not always. The MC is always better on N.
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    April ends, May begins.







    P20 & Mamiya 80 f4
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    We have Mother's Day here in Finland on Sunday so something special must be done ...

    A small trip with occasional snapshooting






    And the catch

    Not by rod, but by opening the purse.

    P20, Mamiya 80 f4
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    Hasselblad 553ELX, 120mm, Phase One P25



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    Hasselblad 553ELX, 120mm, Phase One P25



    Only 120mm Macro lens ? What could be the magnification ? Do you remember the f-stop ?
    Amazing depth of field. Handheld ? Crop ? Strobe ?
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    Celebrating !







    P20, Mamiya 80 f4
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    Hasselblad 553ELX, 120mm f/4 CF, Phase One P25
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    Quote Originally Posted by nathantw View Post
    Hasselblad 553ELX, 120mm f/4 CF, Phase One P25

    Sorry, folks. I don't know why the photo wasn't showing. I found that even after re-linking the picture from flickr it still only showed on my computer screen but not the phone. Thanks for letting me know.

    So, about the photo. These flowers were really, really small. In fact, the magnification is 1:1 meaning that it's life-size on the negative (sensor). I waited quite a long while hoping that a bee would come around and land near the flower. I felt like I was fishing because there were so many bees landing everywhere but the flower I was aiming the camera. When I finally gave up and put the photos on the computer I saw tiny little eyes looking around. Yup, on the end of the stigma is an even tinier bug.

    If you go to the flickr site I uploaded the full size photo, which I normally never do, but I felt bad that the photo didn't show up.

    https://www.flickr.com/photos/nathan...posted-public/

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